Although first released on PlayStation 2 consoles way back on August 27, 2003 in North America, and May 28, 2004 in Europe (that’s the same day the last episode of sitcom Friends aired on this side of the pond, for historical context), Disgaea was only announced for PC last November. That’s quite a wait, however Disgaea PC: Digital Deluxe Dood Edition is now available for pre-purchase on Steam, and will arrive on February 24.
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Bundled alongside the game’s official Digital Artbook and Digital Soundtrack, Disgaea PC costs £14.99/$20 to pre-order on Steam right now, the full release of which will harness a new interface, Steam achievements and badges, and cloud saves. A new trailer launched to mark the occasion:
Altogether, there are now five main series Disgaea games - the most recent of which released exclusively on PS4 towards the end of last year in the west.
Does this news mean we can look forward to the entire Disgaea series making its way to PC? I’ve not dived into its humorous JRPG world in a long time, but I hope so. I suspect replaying the original will reignite my interest, but what about you guys?